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The world’s biggest social network has started rolling out the video-sharing tool “YouTube Live” to a wide range of platforms including the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more.
In the past, the platform has been able to use its video-matching algorithms to deliver a high-quality video that was shared across all of its services.
However, the new YouTube Live tool is rolling out to more and more platforms as well.
The feature is available to users of all of the platforms that are using YouTube.
With YouTube Live, the company is taking advantage of the fact that users of different platforms can share the same video on a common platform.
The platform is working to bring this feature to its own users as well, but for now, the video sharing functionality is only available on YouTube.
The YouTube Live video-streaming feature on platforms like Facebook is available for video sharing to users on YouTube, YouTube Music, YouTube Play Music, Facebook Live, Apple Music, Vimeo and YouTube.
The new feature, which will also be rolled out to Twitter and Facebook Messenger, lets users share their favorite videos on YouTube and Facebook.
The new feature is the first video-staging feature that YouTube has rolled out on a variety of platforms, according to a statement from YouTube.
YouTube has been testing video-share capabilities on YouTube Music for several months now.
For those who have been waiting for this feature, it will be available for a short while in the coming days, according the statement.
The video-play-out feature will roll out to other platforms as soon as it is available.
The update comes a week after YouTube announced that it would launch the new feature in the United States.